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that that was wrong (and I was)

Now I'm lookin' at it over
Something cool and feelin' fool enough to see
What I had called my brother on
Now he had
that woman
Everynight 
Big Bad Bill is Sweet William now 

Ah, play it boys
I likes that jazz 

Big Bad Bill don't fight any more (No, he don't)
most men were awake 
Sweet William said he was troubled in his head 
From a dream he had last night 

He called his weary waiting maids 
By one, by
is Sweet William now

Aw, play it boys

Aw, yeah!
Who!
I likes that, yeah ("Yeah," say I)

Ah, why-well, Big Bad Bill don't fight anymore (No, he
fearing, halfway hoping
That blackguard boy with handsome muscle
Disturb your sleep with tiny tussle
And earn by stealing
Mrs William gone again

But
By William Clarke

You've got the Power
You've got the Power Ahoy

I-been to so many places not knowing just
What I'd find
I seen so many different
from the misses
Pounds from my brothers, 'cause they knowing that this is
The place to be to let it all out
But when the weekend come, the weekend
through his cloak, most deep and distinguished
And handed out strongly, for penalty and repentance
William Zanzinger with a six-month sentence
Oh, but you
through his cloak, most deep and distinguished
And handed out strongly, for penalty and repentance
William Zanzinger with a six-month sentence
Oh, but you
gonna land you this time
You can't be put out by any fire truck I know of
That's right, 'cause it's
Banjo Bonnie
Your fanny is funny
When it's buttered up
without warnin'

And he spoke through his cloak, most deep and distinguished
And handed out strongly, for penalty and repentance
William Zanzinger with
Words and music by Hank Williams, Sr.
If the [D] wife and I are fussin`, brother that`s our right
`Cause me and that sweet woman`s got a license
when I'm lettin' loose my junk
I am rockin' it, ah, ah, who's rockin' it?
I am will.i.am, brother, i.am

I am will.i.am straight outta Cali, Cali
I
In cuttin' and haulin' in frost and in snow
We're up against troubles that few people know
It's only by courage and patience and grit
And eatin'
WRITER TIM WILLIAMS

DAY BY DAY
SEEMS LIKE YOU DRIFT AWAY
MAYBE IT'S JUST A PHASE
BUT IT WON'T TAKE A LOT
TO PUT OUT THIS FIRE WE'VE GOT
WHAT'S LEFT
through his cloak, most deep and distinguished
And handed out strongly, for penalty and repentance
William Zanzinger with a six-month sentence
Oh, but you
Stranded out in the night
Eliza took me down
To see the widow give
Rain to the town
It's against the law
To be a tonic man
But the widow knows
Stranded out in the night
Eliza took me down
To see the widow give
Rain to the town
It's against the law
To be a tonic man,
But the widow knows
She's
Stranded out in the night
Eliza took me down
To see the widow give
Rain to the town
It's against the law
To be a tonic man,
But the widow knows
She's
blow on by
Start a revolution and blow on by
It ain't ever gonna be the same

They come east coast, west coast, chryslers and oldsmobiles
Smoke
on his breath and a Bible in his hand
He talked about honor and things I should know
Then he’d stagger a little as he went out the door

I can still hear
And your Blue Duck's no longer alive

You took Jim Reed to your warm wedding bed
And from out of your love was born the boy, Ed
A pal killed Jim Reed by
Mr. William Clarke Quantrill
And his Civil War guerrillas in the Missouri hills
He hit Lawrence, Kansas and fought them still
And when he rode out
Be Careful Of Stones That You Throw

-Artist: Dion
-peak Billboard position # 31 in 1963
-previously recorded by Hank William, Sr. (as "Luke
Kenny williams (vocals)
Frank zappa (guitar)

Kenny:
Before, uh while I was away in boarding school lived with ronnie by the name of dwight demith.